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Kawasaki Ninja 250R

The Ninja 250R (previous had market-specific names) is a sportsbike introduced by Kawasaki in 1983.

Generation Edit

The first was produced between 1983 and and known by the production number It was sold as the GPZ-250. Sold in its home market of Japan, earliest, belt-driven version was produced in 1983, and shares no with later generations.The has 35mm fork tubes.

Generation Edit

Third Edit

For the 1988 model there were both changes and changes in engine While the bore and …, and major engine components, unchanged, minor tuning were made. The carburetor were reduced 2 mm to 30 mm (1.2 the cylinder compression ratio was from 12.0:1 to 12.4:1, timing advance was increased, and the sprocket was increased by three to 45.Reviewers reported that made the engine more reaching the high 14,000 more quickly, and the tested top increased by a few miles per hour.The more fully enclosed was complimented for being stylish, at the and easily mistaken for the larger 750.

The third generation of production of the 250 encompassed three models:

EX250-F — The most EX250 variant, the E model was revamped and sold as the F model 1988 and 2007 in the United Canada received the model 1988 and 1999, and it was available as the GPX-250R as early as 1987.

— Sold only in its market of Japan, this was known as the GPX-250R-II. It featured front brakes and a wider and tire (110/80-16). All other were identical to the -F model.

It was after 1988.

Kawasaki GPZ 250 Belt Drive

EX250-H — This came to Canada as the Ninja between 2000 and 2002, which it received a new name: . in line with the -H model’s elsewhere in the world, where it had since 1992. This has few parts in common with the -F though it shares the same albeit with different It sports a lateral aluminum a different fairing (designed to it look sportier), larger wheels, an adjustable rear absorber. adjustable brake and levers, a smaller drive computer-controlled timing advance, and a electrical system.

‘ Fourth’ Generation

In 2008, Kawasaki gave the its most thorough modernization in years. The EX250-J model is as the Ninja 250R worldwide, of market.

Parts from the generation are still found on the -J, but its exterior panels bring the appearance out of the 1990s and into with late-2000s sportbikes. The and d rivetrain retain 30% of the -F model’s according to Kawasaki.The engine’s and maximum torque have lowered to provide better performance.

The redesign of the engine in improvements in engine response at low speeds, and making the bike and much easier to ride. the previous generation Ninja 250 had a power advantage of 1 to 5 hp (0.75 to 3.7 the new version’s 20 or 30 percent increase in power allows the bike to from 3,000 rpm where it had to be revved to 4,000 rpm.The -J model uses dual like the -F model, but the European, and Thai models have f uel

The wheels were increased in to 17 inches, the front suspension was and the brake rotoswere replaced a larger petal shape. On the version, a fuel gauge was in place of the temperature gauge. the additional and redesigned equipment, the suffered a 10 kg (22 lb) increase in wet weight its predecessors.

Kawasaki GPZ 250 Belt Drive
Kawasaki GPZ 250 Belt Drive
Kawasaki GPZ 250 Belt Drive

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